by Marcy Levey and Brian Tivol


If you find all the words in the word search, the unused letters spell

"You won't find the answer staring at these letters."


Half of the words are things that are yellow and half are things that

are blue.  Color each circled letter yellow, blue, or green,

appropriately.  (Don't worry if a letter is "two parts yellow to one

part blue"-- there's only one shade of green.)  Taken as a whole, the

green letters form the shape of the answer: RED.


(If you stare at the green letters for too long, then look away at a

blank white page, you should see the word RED as red.)